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Mahaiwe Tent

BERKSHIRE GROWN

STAIR GALLERIES

ELYSE HARNEY

Parties & Openings


Nov. 18 – Pittsfield
Festival of Trees

Nov. 15 – G. Barrington
Indwe Learning Center Benefit

Nov. 11 - Chatham
PS21 Gala

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Millerton Brunches On For The North East Community Center

Rachel Louchen reports from Millerton. Perfect weather, live music, great food… it’s no wonder the event saw such a good turnout. But of course, when the North East Community Center is involved, the tight-knit community of Millerton always shows up to give its support. So the excellent turnout for NECC’s fourth annual Chef & Farmer Brunch on Sunday, August 10 came as no surprise. Moved this year to Railroad Plaza in the heart of the town, the event saw many familiar faces who have attended in years past, as well as returning vendors like No. 9 Restaurant, John Andrews Restaurant and Copake Country Club, along with new supporters like Jacuterie and Chef’s Consortium. The Giving Tree returned this year to help sponsor and support NECC’s important food and social service programs for families, such as Share the Bounty Fresh Food Pantry, community cooking classes and a community garden. Above, NECC Executive Director Jenny Hansell with board member Bill McGinn


Herondale Farm’s Memoree Joelle with Little Gates & Co. Wine Merchants manager Melissa Davis; Director of Food Access Programs and coordinator for NECC Betsy McCall with Kristen Panzer, chair of NECC’s board.


Millerton residents Joel Ernst and Victoria Ernst; Hannah Peters and Emma Brinson doled out the required brunch beverage from Irving Farm Coffee Roasters.


Malka Fenyvesi came out with her brother, Director Shamu Sadeh of Adamah in Falls Village, and Brooke Lehman of The Watershed Center.


Sean Kennedy and Greta Murphy of Salisbury; The Moviehouse owners Robert Sadlon and Carol Sadlon.


Susan Bang, partner at Bang + Collins Public Relations, which worked on publicity for the event, with board member Christine Bates; NECC volunteers Haunna Sniffer and Brandon Hobbs.


Realtor John Panzer, Chris Panzer and Paul Harney, vice president of Harney & Sons Fine Teas.

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